The suspect’s car lay on its side in the Westbound lanes of Mockingbird dozens of yards from the other wrecked vehicle.

A man suspected of committing several robberies was apprehended Wednesday morning after he crashed head on into another car on Mockingbird Lane near Greenville Avenue, the Dallas Morning News reports.

A robbery was reported at a Bank of America in the 3200 block of Gaston this morning, and the man fled in a gold SUV which crashed, flipped over and caught fire on Mockingbird Lane.

The suspect smashed his car head on into this Black SUV.

The driver fled the burning vehicle on foot, but was captured shortly after. The other driver was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Westbound Mockingbird traffic between Matilda and Greenville was closed this afternoon, and all southbound Greenville traffic was being diverted into the Kroger parking lot and forced to turn towards Central Expressway.